Leith townhouses showcase adaptability of colony-style living
September 8 2020
Housebuilder CALA has completed the first homes at its Waterfront Plaza development in Leith, Edinburgh, a collection of three-storey townhouses.
The industrial-inspired development has been led by EMA Architecture and Design with Blocc Interiors with an emphasis on flexible accommodation.
Ground floor areas can be utilised as a family room stretching to the full width of the house but can also be configured as an office, bedroom or hobby area. A formal lounge, kitchen and diner are located upstairs with juliet balconies and a south-facing terrace looking out across the docks.
Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director with CALA Homes (East), said: “They are among our most adaptable homes on offer – and feel perfect for the setting at Waterfront Plaza, which is beginning to take shape as a thriving new community. With the tram network expansion well underway, it is set to provide another big boost to the area and those living here.”
The colony-style homes sit within a broader dockside development of apartments and houses.
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